Should there be harsher punishments for COVID-19 rule-breakers?
8 Comments

  • Ali - 19 hours ago

    Not only should there be harsher punishments, there should be tighter restrictions. The positive case grow daily, and our gov't thinks asking people nicely to obey the rules is enough. How's that working out? This province was once the envy of the way the pandemic was being handled. Now, even world experts are confused after warning about what was going to happen with the variants here, and the slack response to the surging cases. We are sinking, and the gov't is standing and watching, hoping things will get better. They aren't truthful with the public, they are looking at this situation through rose coloured glasses, and people have lost their trust.

  • Dthornton - yesterday

    Should heavily fine all those health officials for misleading the public. They have yet to show the public the scientific facts and the real data regatdong this pandemic.
    Bonnie Henrie in 2020 claimed that masks do not work, no need to wear masks, wearing a mask for long periods is unhealthy. 2021 she says thar we must wear masks?
    The public health officials are not following the data and the science.

  • Dthornton - yesterday

    Should heavily fine all those health officials for misleading the public. They have yet to show the public the scientific facts and the real data regatdong this pandemic.
    Bonnie Henrie in 2020 claimed that masks do not work, no need to wear masks, wearing a mask for long periods is unhealthy. 2021 she says thar we must wear masks?
    The public health officials are not following the data and the science.

  • Vicki - yesterday

    The stupid government and the twit Dr.Bonnie Henry should close down the schools because you’re getting more breakouts of the COVID-19

  • Al - yesterday

    There needs to be a minimum fine of $2000 for 1st offense and $5000 after that. NO EXCEPTIONS!!

  • John - yesterday

    What is wrong with us ( humans ) travel restrictions, so everyone get on a ferry , go to huge Easter dinner parties, go fly somewhere,, really who are We fooling , the BC government is really dropping the ball on this one , step up and enforce your own rules, this epidemic will never go away , it will be one lock down after the other , and as for the vacillating, time will tell , I wouldn’t bet the farm

  • Kathleen - yesterday

    The fact that frontline workers are putting themselves at risk by showing up to their jobs need to be appreciated more by those using ANY types of the services they provide. From transportation to food preparation to health care. When someone else complains that they haven't traveled and deserved a vacation...put yourself in that essential workers shoes and listen to your own words. Vaccinated or not yet, you do not deserve it more than they do and they do not deserve the risk you are now putting on them. Not everyone out on the frontlines has perfect health. Some people have
    compromised immunity. And if you won't find it in you to follow provincial health orders and wear a mask then stay home. If you can't do that then you are just selfish.

  • Brett - yesterday

    Only if it’s enforced, no good having rules as a threat with no consequences,,,, kinda like our suggested covid rules with no teeth,,,,, that is why we are out of control with keeping this virus at bay

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